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UW Ethnomusicology Archives audio recordings: Steven Feld recordings (Aesthetics As Iconicity of Style), 1988
- Feld, Steven
- UW Ethnomusicology Archives audio recordings: Steven Feld recordings (Aesthetics As Iconicity of Style)
- 1 audiotapes : EC- 1 audio cassette (stereo)
- Collection Number
- Audio cassette that accompanies article in the Yearbook for Traditional Music, Vol. 20 (1988)
University of Washington Ethnomusicology Archives
University of Washington
- Access Restrictions
Access is restricted.
Biographical NoteReturn to Top
Steven Feld (1949-) is an anthropologist, ethnomusicologist, linguist, musician, and teacher from Philadelphia, United States. He earned his BA in anthropology from Hofstra University in 1971 and his PhD in anthropology/linguistics/ethnomusicology from Indiana University in 1979. He is known for his extensive field work in Papua New Guinea and for coining the term schizophonic mimesis. During his career, he taught at Columbia University, New York University, University of California Santa Cruz, University of Texas, University of Pennsylvania, and the University of New Mexico.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
Full title of article: "Aesthetics As Iconicity of Style, or 'Lift-Up- Over Sounding': Getting into the Kaluli Groove" (pp. 74-113)
Title information on cassette: Side A - Example tape: 'Lift-Up-Over Sounding' Kaluli, Bosavi, Papua New Guinea (ex. 1-26); Side B - Voices in the Forest: A Papua New Guinea Soundscape.
Documentation: Copy of associated article.
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Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
- New Guinea
Form or Genre Terms
- Field recordings